Level of DifficultyEasy
Time to do repair15 - 30 mins
Age of ApplianceMore than 10 years
Yvonne From Cumberland, RI
Jan 17, 2014
This was an easy fix, also watched a video on You Tube . Ordered the parts on line, within a day and 1/2 they arrived. Proceed to detached the door by opening the door all the way and blocking the broken hinges with a small paper clip through the little holds located in each hinge, to prevent from snapping on my fingers. Than unscrewed the screws over the plate located on the body of the oven connected the hinges to the door. Carefully I lifted the door, placing it about 90 degrees open and lift the door to pull out without any problem. Then moved the door and rested on a cloth and flat surface, facing it down. Proceed to remove with a screwdriver all the screws around the door sides. I separated the back by lifting it and placed it on the side. I proceed to remove the broken hinges on each side and replace in the new ones (NOTE: do not remove the tiny pin that is locking the hinge, it is preventing from snapping your fingers on the hinges). Continue in putting the back of the door in place and screwed back all the screws around the door. Once I had the door assembled all together I proceed to put it back in the holes for the hinges in the body of the oven and screwed back the plates with the screws securing the door to the body of the oven. Once this is done I removed the little pins placed on the new hinges that prevents to close the door. There you are ready to use your oven again!!!
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Part Number: PS2078423